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Fascism

Fascism is an imbalance of power. Fasism is the absence of an inability to exit a relationship or to say no to the costs of a relationship. In fascism there is no inbuilt exit strategy. Rationality is a state of mutual dependency and trust. Free markets are not compatible with the state because free markets are by definition devoid of fascist inequalities.

 Liberals subscribe to a negative rights philosophy that sees freedom as the right not to be under any hindrance. Libertarians see the states regulatory apparatus as a hindrance to their property rights and freedoms. However this conception of freedom necessitates the regulatory power of the state because not only must the power of the property owner be curtailed for his or her own good but without the state legitimizing this understanding of ownership his or her property rights would vanish.

Libertarians and liberal generally lean towards fascism because imbalances of power are required to maintain the liberal inequality that allows liberalism to function.

Rationalists see liberty as a positive freedom. Rationalism is the freedom not to be oppressed by social costs created by others. This includes the social costs of the state. Rationalists do not look for freedom from the state as this is contrary to the conception of positive freedom.

 

One definition of fascism is:

“A politico-economic system in which there is: total executive branch control of both the legislative and administrative powers of government; no independent judiciary; no Constitution that embodies a Rule of Law standing above the people who run the government and the executive, legislative and judicial bodies through which they do so; no inherent personal rights or liberties; a single national ideology that first demonizes and then criminalizes all political, religious, and ideological opposition to it; the massive and regular use of hate, fear, racial and religious prejudice, the Big Lie technique, mob psychology, mob actions and ultimately individual and collective violence to achieve political and economic ends; a capitalist/corporate economy; with the ruling economic class’ domination of economic, fiscal, and regulatory policy.”   http://churchandstate.org.uk/2017/03/fascism-in-the-21st-century/

This source proposes that the west will develop what is called Constitutional Fascism. In the authors opinion fascism enters the political arena when capitalists find they can no longer dominate the state. So long as profits role in and it appears things are going along as planned Fascist rely on covert fascist methods but if things start to go off the rails more overt acts are engaged in. Sustainability is inversely related to fascism. Fascism is inconsistent and inherently costly. The only way it can be maintained is through enforcement of an oppressive ideology. Over time this becomes a more and more expensive option until the system can no longer support itself and it collapses to be taken over by a more vibrant state.

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